preserving / ressurecting old docs?

From: Gooijen H <>
Date: Mon Jun 25 02:23:32 2001

Hi Bill.

I have scanned some Field Maintenance Print Sets.
I have done them in 600 dpi. When I print the file
to ledger (or A3 here in Europe) the copy sometimes
turns out better than the original.
- white paper
- high contrast b/w
- at 600 dpi, the pin numbers of the IC's are clear to read

I must agree that downloading these files is a bit of a pain in ...
But many of these scans fit on a single CD-ROM.
So, perhaps some sort of distribution scheme can be started?

I do not have the disk space accessable to the Internet to host
all these files, and found Chris Kennedy so kind to do that for me.
You may link to them from as far as that concerns me,
but if many downloads start, perhaps Chris is less happy with the
bandwidth? Anyway, this is the URL:

success with the big task you are to embark on,


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Bradford []
> Sent: zaterdag 23 juni 2001 6:04
> To:
> Subject: Re: preserving / ressurecting old docs?
> On Fri, Jun 22, 2001 at 11:20:44PM -0400, David Gesswein wrote:
> > My scans (and other peoples)
> >
> Thanks for the tips. Looks like you've already done quite a
> few of the
> handbooks that I have - which will save some work. I'll also link to
> your site from if thats okay with you.
> Bill
> --
> Bill Bradford
> Austin, TX
Received on Mon Jun 25 2001 - 02:23:32 BST

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